Influence of Moieties and Chain Length on the Abundance of Orthogonal and Tilted Phases of Linear Hydrogen-Bonded Liquid Crystals, Py16BA:nOBAs

@article{Bhat2012InfluenceOM,
  title={Influence of Moieties and Chain Length on the Abundance of Orthogonal and Tilted Phases of Linear Hydrogen-Bonded Liquid Crystals, Py16BA:nOBAs},
  author={Sangeetha G. Bhat and Masuna Srinivasulu and Sriram Ramchandra Girish and Padmalatha and Poornima Bhagavath and S. Mahabaleshwara and D. M. Potukuchi and M. Muniprasad},
  journal={Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals},
  year={2012},
  volume={552},
  pages={83 - 96}
}
A novel series of linear hydrogen-bonded (HB) liquid crystalline (LC) complexes (HBLCs), namely Py16BA:noBAs, is reported. The series was prepared by the complexation of a novel non-mesogenic proton acceptor moiety, namely (4-pyridyl)-benzylidene-4′-n-hexadecyl aniline (Py16BA), with a mesogenic proton donor, p-n-alkoxy benzoic acid (noBAs for n = 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 12) moieties. Formation of HB complexes is confirmed through FTIR spectra. The LC phases exhibited by Py16BA:noBAs, the… 
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